The principle of least privilege (PoLP) is an information security concept that states that users should only be granted the minimum level of access necessary to perform their job duties. This means that users should not be given access to systems or data that they do not need to access in order to do their job.
The PoLP can be used to protect your privacy and security. For example, you should only install software that you need and only give out your personal information to people who you trust. You should also use strong passwords and change them regularly.
Here are some tips for using the PoLP:
By following these tips, you can help to protect your privacy and security
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